It's been an eventful week for Bubba Watson. Last Monday, news broke that he'd be flying to Hazeltine not as a Ryder Cup player, but as a vice captain. On Sunday, Watson cried on camera as the American team triumphed for the first time since 2008. Just two days ago, he traveled to Pennsylvania with a number of other PGA Tour players and celebrities to remember Arnold Palmer.
Yesterday, Watson celebrated becoming a co-owner of a car dealership in Milton, Fla., close by to his hometown of Bagdad, according to the Pensacola News Journal. The dealership will now be called Sandy and Bubba's Milton Chevrolet.
"I have purchased 37 cars in 12 years, which I'm not proud of, I guess," he said. Bubba also said that he plans to spend time at the dealership when he's not on the road and hopes to be invovled in bringing new ideas to the business.